Friday, September 08, 2006

Something is Missing


Our doormat has disappeared.

I know the culprits: Enoch and Matt, both aged 4.

They regularly roam our neighborhood barefoot and have lately been calling or stopping by our house to see if Mabel can play. I guess when I took too long answering their knock, I left them with time for mischief. I finally made it to the door to see them giggling and hefting our heavy doormat down the street. I don't think I want Mabel playing with those trouble makers, anway. The problem is, I am not quite sure how to get it back. Slow drive-bys of their houses have not turned up the doormat. I think I am going to have to break down and ask their moms.

7 comments:

  1. what kind of neighborhood did mike make you move to anyway? sheesh, you guys have got some houliganism if i've ever seen it!

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  2. Leslie's right. I hope you guys are locking your doors at night.

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  3. SOmeone stole Kreg and I's doormat, a couple years ago down at WSU. I was upset! (it was one of those cute wrot-iron looking ones, but rubber.)What kind of person steals a door mat. I don't think they were 4 year olds!!

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  4. SOmeone stole Kreg and I's doormat, a couple years ago down at WSU. I was upset! (it was one of those cute wrot-iron looking ones, but rubber.)What kind of person steals a door mat. I don't think they were 4 year olds!!

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  5. Very intriguing. Pleasee keep us updated on the doormat mystery.

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  6. That is hysterical.

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  7. Too funny! Someone stole my Mavericks attenna ball and Mavericks logo stick off my van. Bummer.

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